Spell check "issues" in Word 2007
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Jul 26, 2007

Along with a new computer, I've been blessed with Bill's youngest child, Office 2007.
The interface itself is a different topic altogether, but has anyone experienced problems with the spellcheck feature in Word 2007?

Namely, the "ignore all" button seems not to work and I can't pinpoint the reason.
It seems that this happens mostly on overwritten documents with the document language changed from source to target, but on a few occasions it also happened on a brand new document.
I will only add that for technical reasons I use the "old" document format as the default. I did not have an opportunity to see if the same thing happens in documents saved in the new DOCX format.

Other info: Windows XP Pro, most "auto" features turned off (automatic language recognition, check spelling as you type etc.)

Has anyone using Office 2007 experienced this?
Any good ideas?

TIA
Pawel Skalinski

[Edited at 2007-07-26 10:03]


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